Activists urge Peres to push for Pollard's freedom

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February 17, 2013 11:09

 
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Activists took the streets to urge President Shimon Peres to push for Jonathan Pollard's release on Sunday.

They filled the street housing the president's residence with placards and banners protesting Pollard's incarceration.

Peres is due to meet Sunday morning with a bipartisan delegation composed of senators and member of US congress, but the main focus of the discussion is likely to be Iran rather than Pollard, who will be spending 10,000 days in prison.

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